Definition of Love
(Originally published at WriteforACause.Org)
Love is a spiritual agent in which science could not perfectly explain. And because God is not science, nor limited to science, the perfect explanation is then found in Him, and in Him alone. If you seek it through Him, love will be known to you.
Love is not a scientific theory, nor is it a chemical fluid that supplements our body or brain. Love is more than science, and it is far greater than science. It is more than a feeling, it is more than an emotion. Love exceeds that of a sentiment, because it accompanies commitment and servitude. It is not just a feeling; it is a character, an attitude, and even more than that.
The definition of love varies in terms of field and interest. Even psychology could not entirely grasp its entirety. Science could not perfectly define love, and until now people keep on debating as to why humans have such thing under their skins.
“…..human love is tough to study with the tools of science. For one thing, our definition of “love” is complex. You might love your child, your cocker spaniel, milk chocolate and the first snow of the season – each in a different way.” — The Chemistry of Love